Graduate students travel due to Antoun fundsTweet
Three graduate students in the Department of Anthropology are the recipients of travel awards created through funds donated in memory of Professor of Anthropology Richard Antoun. The students each received $400 to enable them to travel to research sites or further their professional development at annual meetings:
• Miriam Dominguez will conduct research and collaborate with assistant professors Kathleen Sterling and Sebastien Lacombe when she travels to Ariege, France for an archaeological excavation of Peyre Blanque.
• Jieun Kim used travel funds to present a paper: “A Study of Transition Analysis Applied to Korean Skeletal Samples From the Joseon Dynasty Period” at the Paleopathology Association Meeting in Minneappolis, Minn. in April.
• Jackson Malle traveled in November 2010 to New Orleans to the American Anthropological Association Meetings to present “Regulatory Landscapes: Trans-Atlantic Dialogues and Harmonized Action Between California and the EU.”